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Delving in the Soil of Design.

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Share This.Design Soil is a project from the Japanese product design department at Kobe Design University. The project, run by professors and students, seeks to re-evaluate design practices. It also allows young designers to create at at the pace they wish to create — a process that is very much similar to plants growing in soil. “epilogue – prologue” is their latest project of nine designs in which they not only Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ May 7th, 2012. – May 13th, 2012.

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Share This.This week’s issue sees the likes of artist Amy Dover, painter Frank Caracciolo, and photographer Pawel Jaszczuk. Our very own Bim Star gives an exclusive look into the Holton Rower x Dior Beauty x Paint Pouring event. We introduce you to B.R.A.D. We also introduce you to Ryan McGinley and the animals; and Design Soil plants its seeds for a brighter future. Stay Tuned! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff.